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Posted: Dec 12
Could bringing together young and old bridge the generation gap exposed by the Brexit vote?
Posted: Dec 12
Anne Marie Morris apologises for using a racist remark and says she has learnt from the experience.
Posted: Dec 12
The Gender Recognition Act allowed transgender people to apply for legal recognition of the gender in which they have lived without medical treatment.
And a UK minister says decisions on EU nationals' applications shouldn't take more than two weeks.
The environment secretary publishes legislation to recognise animal feelings in UK law.
Marcus Wareing voted Remain but is now excited by Brexit and says "it'll make us better employers".
The Royal Mail is not producing a stamp to mark Brexit, despite issuing one for the UK joining the EEC in 1973.
National Audit Office head Sir Amyas Morse tells MPs he wants a customs back-up plan moved forward.
The foreign secretary says humour can be a "very effective way of getting your message across".
Boris Johnson is asked if he has seen evidence suggesting Russia has meddled in UK elections. After being handed a note by an aide, he replies "nyet" - Russian for no.
Posted: Dec 12
The star's mother is suffering from the same incurable lung disease that killed Keith Chegwin.
Posted: Dec 12
The family of Charlie Chaplin is asking for the museum associated with the famous film star to be saved.
Posted: Dec 12
The Harry Potter creator is given a special award that can only be held by 65 people at any one time.
Ceredigion Apprentice winner Alana Spencer is recalling products over health risks.
The royal couple receive the accolade for their campaign work on mental health issues affecting children.
BBC Two is to show Danny Boyle staging an alternative nativity play at Banksy's Bethlehem hotel.
If The Last Jedi isn't an instant hit with the critics, it won't be the first time a Star Wars film's been wrongly panned.
Jenna Coleman and Tom Hughes will be back for the show's third series, which picks up the story in 1848.
Jack Maynard and Stormzy are the latest celebrities to be criticised for old offensive tweets.
Reacting to the news of the death of David Cassidy, readers share their memories of meeting the 70s star.
Posted: Dec 12
Nasa's Juno probe begins to unlock the workings of the mighty storm that has raged on Jupiter for over 150 years.
Posted: Dec 12
A project searching for life in the cosmos will scan the first interstellar asteroid for signs of alien technology.
Posted: Dec 12
Feathered dinosaurs were covered in ticks just like modern animals, according to fossil evidence.
But the French leader says he will not agree to a demand that America's terms should be negotiated.
Adult golden eagles are unable to shift the timing of their migration, a North American study shows
Seabirds such as the kittiwake are being pushed to the brink of extinction, say conservationists.
A newly emerged volcanic island will help trace the Red Planet's water history and the search for life.
More than three times as many Americans are at risk of having their homes flooded than federal maps show.
Scientists think Hunga Tunga Hunga Ha'apai might hold clues on where to look for life on Mars.
Scientists have unveiled a detailed genetic map of Ireland, revealing subtle DNA differences that may reflect historic events.
Posted: Dec 12
Matt Hancock calls it "something of a disappointment" that he has to state it publicly.
Posted: Dec 12
Gamers as young as 11 bet using virtual weapons within video games which are then exchanged for cash.
Posted: Dec 12
The BBC understands that an independent ethics watchdog will recommend new laws on online content.
The SEC halts an initial coin offering and warns consumers of the dangers of crypto-currency investment.
A former executive for the social network has blasted social media for "ripping society apart".
The platform sent a tweet addressing the "53 people" that have watched the film 18 days in a row.
The man who created Player Unknown's Battlegrounds talks to Radio 1's Gaming Show about the problem of developers copying ideas.
A child psychotherapist has told BBC 5 live he’s created a game which aims to help children open up about grief.
The chancellor acknowledged the digital revolution would change the way people lived and worked.
The devices send location data back to Google even when location services are switched off.
Posted: Dec 12
The Sussex astronaut returned to Portsmouth a year after receiving an honorary degree from the university.
Posted: Dec 12
The angels were left in random places across Torpoint during the night as a surprise for residents.
Posted: Dec 12
The 7ft-long snake is thought to have been abandoned by its owner, the RSPCA says.
Northampton Saints part company with director of rugby Jim Mallinder after more than 10 years with the Premiership club.
The 29-year-old was hit by four vehicles on a pedestrian crossing and none of the drivers stopped.
The football legend was ceremonially named the "King of Ghana" while visiting the country.
Councillors unanimously vote to formally remove the Myanmar leader's honour.
A council's mistakes meant almost 1,500 people could not vote in June's general election, a report says.
The firm is retesting forensic samples after a probe sparked a review of more than 10,000 cases.
Aiman Abdullah, a Y3 pupil at Birkby Junior School in Fartown, was taken ill during a school visit.
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